Skip to comments.Gun Control? Buy Back Programs? (Vanity)
Posted on 01/09/2013 5:55:01 AM PST by Reagan‹berAlles
Some of the Jews voluntarily lined up in an orderly fashion to board the cattle car trains that took them to their deaths. The Nazis even paid for their travel expenses. I guess that was a "buy back program" taken to it's logical extreme.
The D.C. government needs to always know that the citizenry it seeks to take property and rights from is fully armed, fully capable of, and totally willing to, resist their efforts.
Gun control has NEVER been about guns...it's ALWAYS been about control.
...and, our Founding Fathers were prescient enough with recency of experience to place the 2nd Amendment into the Bill of Rights.
In a way I’m glad the Liberals (Socialists) have finally fully revealed themselves by going after the 2nd Amendment.
Standing on the bodies of kindergarteners and 1st graders and almost gleefully using them to further their corrupt, degenerate agenda tells the world all they need to know about them.
If the 2nd falls, next would be the 1st, then the 4th, 5th, 6th, etc. IMHO.
Here is a proposal that will make leftist’s heads explode. We dont need a govt gun buy back program, we need a govt program to BUY guns for the millions of Americans who want to keep and bear arms but cant afford it. There is no right to a place to live or healthcare, food, birth control, etc. but the govt provides these things to the poor. The RIGHT to own a gun is in the constitution, why shouldnt there be programs to assist the poor purchase arms for their own defense and their role as part of the militia? Besides, if the govt provides guns to mexican drug cartels why not do it for law abiding American citizens? I’d love to see that argument on Meet the Press.
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